Andrew Forrest | Harmonics Trilogy, Vol. 3: Presence

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Harmonics Trilogy, Vol. 3: Presence

by Andrew Forrest

This music is alternately very powerful and subtle, and sonically weaves Andrew’s trademark lush, evolving, deep-space soundscapes with more delicate, mysterious, poetic, shimmering textures.
Genre: New Age: Space
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Harmonic Presence: 1st Movement
22:46 album only
2. Harmonic Presence: 2nd Movement
23:19 album only
3. Harmonic Presence: 3rd Movement
21:48 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Presence is the conclusion to the Harmonics Trilogy, again comprised of 3 long movements, each over 20 minutes in duration.
This music is alternately very powerful and subtle, and sonically weaves Andrew’s trademark lush, evolving, massive deep-space soundscapes, with more delicate, mysterious, poetic, shimmering textures.
Immerse yourself in Presence, and feel the transformation from old paradigm limitation/separation to new paradigm expansion/Oneness.
A must-have for all fans of sublime, expansive, deep-space music.



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Stuart Wisdom

Perfection from 'Home'
Well, what can I say..... Andrew's latest musical masterpiece is his best yet, he has created sounds that speak to our very soul....... So please, if you like music that expands your awareness and takes you to a place of perfection and beauty, buy this.

Chris Thomas

Master of sublime musical landscapes and spacescapes
I only discovered the music of Andrew Forrest a few months back via the Sonic Immersion electronic/ambient music review website. I'm already proud to say that I now own the complete collection of his musical output to date. If you like music in which to totally immerse oneself, then this is for you! Put on a good pair of headphones, switch off from the world,and relax. Let the serene soundscapes, ethereal and floating layers of exquisite pads, augmented from time to time with subtle sequencing, take you to other realms or wherever you may wish to journey. Sometimes abstract, sometimes grand and cinematic, sometimes heavenly or celestial, and sometimes simply quite beautiful and uplifting. The music is well crafted, excellently produced, mixed and mastered. I'm certainly looking forward to future releases from this talented artist.
Chris Thomas (Mirrored Meridian)
February 2014

Catrin Jacksties

Magical Experience
Andrew has created a most profound and transformational sound experience. Right from the start my soul connected and propelled me towards the feeling of 'home'. As I lay totally open the sound waves reached me on many different levels. I could feel them throughout my body as well as my energetic and etheric body. I had beautiful images and feelings of joy mixed with a darker side and a black hole attracting my attention. I was not afraid of it. I welcomed it and was curious to know where it leads.
The whole experience was for me twofold. I was right in it as well as remaining the observer at the same time.
I so recommend that you gift yourself with this incredible piece of art and enjoy it at your own pace and time over and over.


Andrew's music is exquisite. Each release is a cosmic sound journey and from the first listen Presence has taken me to new heights. It holds the magic we come to expect from his compositions and yet this one delivers us to new joys, new delights. Always fresh, always heartwarming and always deeply transformational. Thank you Andrew. If ever there was truth in the healing nature of sound, this is it. You have an incredible gift.

Bert Strolenberg/

Grand-design cosmic music
With “Presence”, Andrew’s ninth release to date, we get to the closing part of the Harmonics Trilogy. Like its predecessors, it contains three expansive movements meant for sonic, long-time discovery along relaxation and introspection. The outcome took the composer nine months of composing, involved 90 mixes over the three tracks and proved to be the most challenging and rewarding in the end. Furthermore, all the elements that worked so well in the previous recordings have been carefully expanded upon. For this completion, things were lifted to new levels of sonic clarity and musical exploration. And once more, Mr Forrest strongly pursues his listener to feel the sound as much as hear it with the ears only. It’s his vision, sound is vibration, vibration is frequency, and our bodies are also vibration at the quantum we can receive the sonic frequencies in this music as a whole-body experience...not just aurally.
All hard and exhausting efforts have led to another fantastic, yet tantalizing electronic symphony. As could have been expected, the music is a mesmerizing work of celestial sonic art bringing the listener the best of soothing, uplifting space music, spreading an array of glowing colours while bringing the unmistaken feeling of conclusion and release. The intense, slow evolving and lush sonic journey of ebb and flow synth washes contains many subtle and often subliminal sound layers and textures that are not always immediately apparent upon the first few listening, revealing new dimensions, farscapes and intense emotive currents. Focused listening with high-end headphones or speakers is a must in my opinion.
With “Presence”, quite possibly his last physical cd release, Andrew Forrest has succeeded in delivering an expansive and profoundly relaxing, transformational experience, one that the listener will want to explore over and over again while submerging in its large range magical moments and secret outskirts.
All in all, it’s a fascinating listening experience, opening-up new perspectives and insights with every new spin.